What is the difference between managing and leading my organization? How do I motivate the individuals within my organization? What practices can I implement to strengthen my leadership skills? How do I become a more effective leader?
As individuals in the nonprofit sector, we’ve all asked these questions of ourselves from time to time; whether as employees of a nonprofit organization, in our work as volunteers for our favorite causes or simply as active and involved citizens dedicated to making our community a better place through service on a nonprofit board. Whether you have recently taken a new leadership role, you hope to become a leader in the future or you’re ready to further develop your leadership skills and abilities in your existing role, the Leaderships Skills Workshop presented by John Heymann of the New Level Group is a must-attend.
“We are thrilled to be able to host this world-class workshop, thanks to generous donations from our Tin Cup Challengers. As part of our mission at the Community Foundation, we strive to support our local nonprofit staff, board members and volunteers with opportunities to sharpen their skills and ensure the sustainability and impact of their organizations. I have attended several of John Heymann’s workshops and have found them to be thoughtful, engaging, useful and inspiring. I highly recommend this upcoming workshop on Leadership Skills to anyone involved with our amazing local nonprofit community,” says Carrie Mowrey, Executive Director for the Community Foundation of Teton Valley.
On Friday, October 3rd, from 9am to 12:30pm, registered participants in the Leadership Skills Workshop offered by the Community Foundation of Teton Valley will have the opportunity to learn what it takes to be a great leader from an expert in the nonprofit and business sector. John will take attendees through discussions on a variety of leadership topics including; how to lead more and manage less, leadership styles, building a culture, providing motivation and much more. According to Jon, “If you’re a nonprofit volunteer, board or staff member, this workshop will help you understand the importance of leadership and will clarify respective roles and responsibilities,.”
With more than 35 years of experience as an entrepreneur, business owner and nonprofit leader, John has a keen understanding of the needs of both businesses and the nonprofit sector. A former Peace Corps volunteer, Managing Director of the Land Trust of Napa County, and CEO of international financial consulting firm Motto Kryla & Fisher, John has the ability to work with a diverse group of individuals while gaining consensus and delivering results.
SIGN UP to attend the Leadership Skills Workshop taking place this Friday in the Teton Valley Chamber of Commerce Conference Room and take advantage of the opportunity to learn from one of the best in the industry, have meaningful discussions on the importance of leadership in our community and organizations and leave knowing that you are equipped with the skills and knowledge to take the next step as a leader in our nonprofit community.
The cost to attend the Leadership Skills Workshop is only $20 per participant. All are welcome to attend though special focus and attention will be paid to leadership within the nonprofit sector. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP HERE no later than 5 pm on Thursday, October 2nd to reserve your space. For additional information, please visit the Programs and Workshops page provided as a resource for nonprofits, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 208-354-0230.